Recently 1889 Foundation took part in an investiture ceremony at Thomas Jefferson University for Dr. Trina Thompson, who has been named the first Victor Heiser, MD Professor of Population Health. It's the next step in
The 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health is asking national organizations for proposals to bring proven community interventions against diabetes to Cambria and Somerset Counties. As a Tribune-Democrat article about the initiative states, "In its
E.MAP (the Employers Medical Access Partnership), which is a membership-based organization serving employers in five counties, and 1889 Foundation have awarded scholarships for 2018! E.MAP has funded these scholarships since 2009, supporting worthy recipients who are
On Wednesday, May 9, the United Way of the Laurel Highlands held a press conference to announce allocations for this year's Community Impact Grants (pictured above: Mike Artim, United Way board chair, at the event).
1889 Foundation is proud to support the Rural Conference for Cancer Survivors, which is set for Sat., May 5 at the Conference Center on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. The event